La Familia

Tuesday, June 10, 2008 at 8:21 PM
This is us, our family.  Most of the kids were running around so Ralph and David's kids are  not in the photo.  My sister Marissa came out from New Mexico so her Terry and kids are not in the photo.  My cousin Daniel and aunt Rosa Linda came out from Tucson but my cousin Jose couldn't make it.  My brother Javier,  Marcy and my niece Elisa came from No. Arizona but my nephew Chris is in New Jersey working.  But the rest of us are all here.  That's me with David and his wife Lucia who opened their home and heart to me and Ralph's kids last week.  We are not a very big family but we love each other very much.  

Tomorrow is the graveside service for my cousin Ralph and then another party afterwards.  And then we all continue with life.

4 comments

  1. Leticia Says:

    Marta,

    I have been admiring your blog space for past two days after learning of the horrible accident. I'm a Mom of a 9 year old son and 7 year old twin girls. Incidently, my husband drives a Harley and we grew up in Whittier. My heart aches for your family and the Huerta children. They have had to endure so much in thier young lives.

    It's comforting to those of us who dont' even know them but, have touched our lives because of this loss. It's conforting to know that despite their loss, they are surrounded by friends and family who will care and continue to love them.

    My prayers and thoughts are with you all...

    I love your blog! I will keep visiting... God Bless!

  2. Sandy Says:

    I think David and LUcia are wonderful! God bless them and their growing family and God bless you all.

    s

  3. What a wonderful family you have, Marta. I've been thinking a lot about you lately. Will call soon!

  4. janabouc Says:

    It's wonderful to see your family and it's clear how close you all are to one another. I'm so sorry to hear of this tragedy. The children are so beautiful. It so sad to think of the losses they've already experienced but I'm glad they will remain with close family. There's something in their faces that says they've known love and will be OK.

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